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Arden Farms Manor House, 1962.

Arden Farms Manor House, 1962.

Arden Farms Manor House, 1962. This was the home of Mr. and Mrs. Holt Haywood. The land was later used for Bermuda Run.

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  1. This house was located at the end of Arden Drive in Clemmons and not where Bermuda Run is built. Bermuda Run was built on the estate of DJ Lybrook. Mr Lybrook and Mr. Haywood were friends of my grandfather and my mother was at both homes several times.

  2. Plat records of Forsyth County show that T Holt Haywood owned a significant portion of the land surrounding Arden Drive in Clemmons as of 1953. Davie County plat records show that DJ Lybrook owned the land that is now Bermuda Run as of 1955. DJ Lybrook’s stone manor house (not the one pictured) appears to still stand as of 2019.

  3. This home appears to be what was originally known as Willsherr Lodge. It was built by S. Clay Williams on the northern portion of what is today Bermuda Run. DJ Lybrook’s land appears to have made up the southern portion. Williams’ estate included an operational dairy farm which comprised partially of the barn and buildings that are today known as WinMock. There are further pictures of this home, including a stunning aerial view, available online in the OMNIA collections of Forsyth and Davie County Public Libraries.

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